Search billions of records on

Home | Archives | Email Me | Search | What's New


DEAN, David C.
Eighty-nine years old of Walnut street, Kenova, who died at his home Tuesday at 9 A.M. will be buried today in the Billups Gap cemetery near Fort Gay following funeral services at 11 A.M. at the Rollins funeral home in Kenova. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Fred Frickie and Mrs. Leota Fuller of Canal Fulton, O., and six sons, Edgar Dean of Fort Gay, Bert Dean of South Charleston, and William, Roy, Sam and Fred Dean, all of Kenova. -The Herald-Dispatch, Thursday, July 18, 1940, pg. 4
Submitted by Martha Rehm

Ernest DePascale, 64, of 1023 Seventh Street, veteran tailor and teacher, died unexpectedly yesterday at his home. He had called his wife at a downtown department store and told her he felt ill, but expired before Mrs. DePascale could return home. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Klingel-Carpenter Mortuary by the Rev. James A. Cox. Burial will be in Woodmere Cemetery. Mr. DePascale, who had been a resident of Huntington for 10 years, was born January 7, 1902 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, a son of the late Egedio and Maria DePascale. Mr. DePascale was in business for many years in downtown Huntington and for the past five years had conducted his business at his home. He also taught adult education classes at Huntington East High Vocational-Technical School for 16 years. He was a member of Central Christian Church. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Jean Bennett DePascale; a son, Ernest DePascale, Jr., a junior at Davidson, N.C., College; a daughter Miss Maria Christina DePascale, at home; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Mazzaro of Rutherford, N.J. and Mrs. Christina Angelletti of Bronx, N.Y. and a brother Jesse DePascale of Bronx. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. today. (Picture was with Obit.) - The Herald-Dispatch March 8, 1966

Templates in Time